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Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain is a true American classic Twain weaves a tremendous story about a boy Huck and a slave Jim who together overcome obstacles and eventually reached their goals Huck is boy made for the frontier He is very practical and has a superb amount of common sense allowing him to think situations through and decide on the best path to choose Hucks best quality is his deep caring for other human beings and his makes him a class character Huck shows his givingness to others in his aiding Jim a slave and together they become great friends They show that despite drastic differences among people everyone is human and deserves to be treated equal Mark Twain was on of the finest satirists of his time He used satire to thsow the flaws of the people around him He contrasted the illusion of freedom to reality ignorance with enlightenment and what is believed to be good and what truly is good The illusion of freedom is a powerful one It allows people to rest in a false sense of control over ones life When Widow Douglas is taking care of Huck he feels that he can sneak out at night and by himself Widow Douglas was constantly trying to control him After he and Pap leave he feels that he is free from his constrictions but he has been under stricter rule before After he ran away he felt he was finally free from the chains of society but he had to constantly hid and stay in certain places to avoid getting caught The only place he is truly free is on the raft We said there warnt no home like a raft after all Other places do seem so cramped up and smothery but a raft dont You feel mighty free and easy and comfortable on a raft said Huck Finn This is ironic because the raft is the most physically
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